Nobody ever admits that their favorite room in the home is the laundry room. However, it would definitely be worthwhile to make adjustments and renovations to it. Upgrades would make everyone’s life a bit easier when it comes to getting certain chores in the home done. Especially because most laundry rooms are built to pass through or are simple backdoor space, it is never welcoming in any sense. Some are not even rooms, just appliances tucked away in a side closet. There are many common locations for a laundry room. However, if its location doesn’t work for you, it’s time for a change.
Everyone needs a utility room in their home especially when you own a home outside of the city. You will need a place to store equipment that is large, bulky, or smelly. It can function as a workspace for a handyman, giving a place to house tools needed for building or fixing. You can also make it a laundry room by having your washer/dryer there. Other hazardous chemicals to keep away from your children can be stored in this room. Or, it can simply be a place to throw off your muddy boots before walking into your home, or a place to hang your coats for easy access on your way out the door. Whatever the reason for this extra room, no home should go without it.
Does your entryway look like the picture below? What do you do if you don’t have a mudroom this holiday season?
The holiday seasons can become a busy and overwhelming time for most. People come and go throughout the days and leave a trail of mess behind. There are piles of coats and shoes laying by the front door. Don’t let the stress of a mess ruin your family fun. There are many things you can do to organize your entryway if you don’t have a mudroom. Continue reading